Four drunken, drugged up, rock'n'roll millionaires (who likely can't even spell) enlist Neil Strauss to help them communicate to their fans their stories of how they formed Motley Crue, and how they have left and/or come back to the band, and the personal stories in between. I give it four stars for the creativity, done with four narratives. After a while, you could imagine each of the four speaking, as they are so different. What I liked most was that all four at one point humble themselves to talk about very personal and sometimes heartbreaking situations that you wouldn't expect any of these ego maniacs to admit to. For once, I could read about the men of Motley Crue, raw and honest autobiographical storytelling that you never got from watching Motley Crue Uncensored, or any other rockumentary.